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GPU crash if I raise clock for both memory and GPU, what to do ?

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2020/06/27 21:33:03 (permalink)
Hello,
I use gtx1080 hybrid.
Intel i7 8700k with 120 mm watercooler.
Driver version (type:game driver) 451.48
Latest windows 10 updates until I posted this.
boot type: LEGACY
Drive Type : M2
 
I raised my GPU's memory clock about 100 and GPU about 200. I did not notice any significant temperature changes. After a time that immediately freezes. Is that wrong to raise them about 200 or 100 ???
post edited by gomidas - 2020/06/27 21:43:26
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    Re: GPU crash if I raise clock for both memory and GPU, what to do ? 2020/06/27 21:51:40 (permalink)
    Not wrong, but every gpu will oc different. 200 sounds like it's too high for your gpu core.

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    Re: GPU crash if I raise clock for both memory and GPU, what to do ? 2020/06/28 02:29:38 (permalink)
    Sajin
    Not wrong, but every gpu will oc different. 200 sounds like it's too high for your gpu core.


    Thanks for the answer. The problem is I have some fps issue on Rise of Tomb Raider. That normally works about 60-55 fps but at some locations that drops to 35-45 fps. I thought If I oc that fix issue. Is that about game ?
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    Re: GPU crash if I raise clock for both memory and GPU, what to do ? 2020/06/28 02:46:42 (permalink)
    Yep, some areas could be more stressful than others.

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    Re: GPU crash if I raise clock for both memory and GPU, what to do ? 2020/06/29 09:24:29 (permalink)
    Yeah i agree that +200 on the gpu seems excessive. And yes pretty much any game will have certain scenes or maps that will reduce fps very rapidly.  Overclocking a gpu doesn't have a very significent affect on fps either, not enough to really make a big difference. 




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